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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - May 25, 1926, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin 1 A P LEASED WIRE ThU In by leased win with report of the Associated Press E W S PAPER WEATHER Unsettled tonight with and warmer in and portions tonight Thirteenth 3945 Wisconsin Rapids Wis Tuesday May 25 1926 Today The Usual Fight Saint Paul Tremble Evolutionists What Is Our Arthur Brisbane After the British strike the usual thing happens labor leaders fight among themselves politicians fight each other but not men within their own camp They attack the other party Labor fights labor and makes it easy for statesmanship capital Siamese twins to run the ment This suits British capital and statesmanship and will postpone the organizing of another general strike The meeting in Washington today is threatened with a bitter church fight over Modernism Standard Oil the Rockfeller millions and the Rev Dr who is too modern to suit other clergymen Mr Rockfeller is the richest and a most philanthropic Baptist The Rev Mr Fosdick is a able learned convincing man The church is injured by strife See the first three verses fourth chapter of Paul's epistle to the Ephesians especially this Endeavoring to keep the unity of the spirit in the bond of peace When the good quarrel the say of the Price Three Centa GERMANY OFFERS DISARMAMENT PLEA JOHN J BLAiNE MAKES FORMAL ANNOUNCEMENT GOVERNOR ATTACKS CAL EXPENDITURES CENT- AND U S EN- TRY OF WORLD COURT Hat in Ring Evolutionists and be- all that in the monkey descent should j the Volstead Act and his statement tremble The Supreme Kingdom indicates that he adheres to that Madison Wis May Governor John J in an- nouncing his candidacy for the re- publican nomination for United States senator today attacked the excessive use of money in cal campaigns centralization of at Washington and the World Court It is generally known to the ple of this state that I be a at the primary on the republican ticket for the of- fice of United States he stated My position on the various I nomination for Unite tions has been made clear and j States senator ite in my official messages and my public declarations I adhere to that position on every question I enter the campaign as a candidate for United States senator relying upon public opinion and the ballot as in- strumental for progress Full Slate Now The governor has been outspoken in his opposition to prohibition and Bath Tub Girl on Stand in Carroll Perjury Case Irvin S Cobb a Witness New York May Hawley testified today in the jury trial of Earl Carroll cal producer that she not only a bath tuo en the stage of the Earl Carroll theater but that she was when she got into it from liquor served her in the er She also testified that she had been offered by an associate of Carroll if she would appear be- fore the grand jury and say there was no champagne or wine served the party The trial was delayed when Miss Hawley who was scheduled Co be the first witness failed to appear United States District Attorney Buckner put Jrvin S Cobb writer t4 J i V 411 John T Blaina governor of and guest at the bath tub party on today made an- the sland and then requested of his candidacy for the organized by Mr Clarke once ing imperial wizard of the Ku Klux Klan will wipe out evolution ing a fund of five million dollars and playing a very important part in the election of 1928 is part of the plan although why monkey ancestors should be important in that election is not easily under- stood Mr Clarke it is said hopes to get the eloquent and able Billy Sunday to help in his fight against monkeys But Mr Sunday wisely prefers to take his heaven and hell without Darwinian ture Read the bible and believe it just as it is says Sunday or do as you please and go to hell stands on solid ground The Rev Dwight Witherspoon Wylie says our national trouble is sition as well as to his attitude on other issues His statement is the final definite announcement from the candidates Milwaukee May 25 A Walteis of thi whose names were on a so-called I Hagemeister Food Products com- SAYS DIRECTORS KNEW BEER SOLD FORMER PRESIDENT OF GREEIs BAY COMPANY TURNS STATE'S EVIDENCE AT CON TRIAL tho disbelief class Colleges and of the educated universities are turning out thousands of young people completely disillusioned as regards religion says this earnest preacher That might be considered of religion as well as of cation The Rey C Everett Wagner says the trouble is too many libertines reckless drivers and customers of bootleggers The complaint about education and religion is older than Educated and Ro- mans only pretended belief in their interesting gods nymphs satyrs etc Follette slate The other candidates seek tions as Attorney General Herman L Ekern for governor Lieutenant Governor Henry Huber renomination John Reynolds Green Bay for attorney general State Treasurer Solomon Levitan and Theodore Dammann Milwaukee for secretary of state Elaine the forces of reaction with spending excessive amounts of money in tical campaigns Decoy candidates for offices are brought he declares in an at- tempt to divide the progressives He then traces the expenditures of the Oshkosh stalwart organization in the last senatorial campaign in Wisconsin which resulted however in the election of Senator M LaFollette jr to fill his fathers un- term Predicts Use of Money The executive charges that dreds of thousands of dollars will i be spent in the coming campaign to defeat the He de- scribes the alleged fund as unclean criminal dollars stolen from the honest taxpayer from the farmers pany of Green Bay took the today at the trial of Henry Herrick and Dr Leon J Patterson of Green Bay charged with conspiracy to late the prohibition amendment Walters previously a plea of guilty to the charge and ing as a witness for the government told of the connection he Herrick and Patterson has with the activities of the food products com- Knew of Beer Sales Walters testified that the ery began making real beer in the summer of 1924 and that Dr terson and Herrick as directors of the company knew that was being done Before the federal officials raided the place he testified that business had been done in supplying trade in Hurley waukee and Burlington in addition to Green Bay Walters testified that ten days be- fore the federal men raided the brewery he called the board of tois and laid the facts of the operations before them Dr Patterson took the stand ter Walters had completed his timony and denied that he had Doctors experimenting at Cor- nell say that many diseases ica neuritis lumbago neuralgia angina pectoris and others are really all caused by mechanical nerve irritation They discover that injury to a small bone at the base of the back can cause pressure on nerves tha in one man will cause pain in the foot in another chronic headache Their remedy is to set this bone in place Osteopathy discovered or a least announced that long ago anc regular doctors laughed at them from the toilers and knowledge of the illegal operations of the brewery before May 17 1925 when Walters called the board of directors meeting Tells of Shipments Billed as potatoes and appi worth of good beer made by the Hagemeister Food Products com- pany was sold before federal men raided the brewery Frank Garrett ates different methods in which organized wealth has its reward Charging the forces of of privilege and wealth seeking federal encroachment on state rights to beat down the pirations of our he serts that the evidence of this is on every hand Our state courts are set aside by re- cess because of Miss Hawley's ab- rerce He went into conference with Judge Goddard and intimated that he might ask a warrant for ths show girl strolle 1 inic the coi rt houi and a half late offering tha ex- thin she had read in a that she was to be the of the day an 1 net the first was immediately Miss Hawley on the stand Didn't Sample Fluid Cobb testified that as he was about to leave the Earl Carroll theater early in the morning of last February 23 Carroll urged him to a stunt of a girl in a tub 0 by counsel fo Carroll who is charged with in connection with grand jury in of the bath tub incident Cobb said that he was a close per sonal acquaintance of the theatrica man and that so far as he knew Car reputation for was ex Cobb testified that he saw a rosy liquid in the bath tub bu in response to a question whethe lie drank any of it he answered did Other answers to ques smacked of his profession as a Asked if he had any talks witl larroll he answered Yes several talks NO INVASION OF STATE RIGHTS IN DRY FEDERALIZATION OF LOCAL OFFICIALS DESIGNED TO SIST STATES PRESIDENT DE- CLARES Washington May 25 with a new outburst in con- gress against the presidential order Do you recall the substance of your last T do was Returned Later I was about to leave the theater and had started to get my hat and coat and stick Mr Carroll asked why I was leaving so soon as he was going to have a little stunt of a girl in a bath tub What did you do I left the theater by the stage door but I returned about half an on his return he said it was nearer the center At one point he was You are one of the foremost writers in New In mv own was the re- ply I am Lippert Is Indicted by Grand Jury Madison W-s May MAKE POWER OF SUPREME DELEGATE URGES George W Lippe I district attorney j VON BERNSTORFF FORMER of Marathon county was mulcted I by a special United States grand j jury here toda on charges 1 bribes from return for immunity from arrest I A true also was returned AMBASSADOR TO U S COVENANT IS NOW Geneva 25 Germany against Rodney McDonald alleged i sensationally at today's of the rear authorizing employment of go-between in negotiations of i of the preparatory state officers in prohibition liquor dealers with commission when Count Von ment the White House today said the president was ready to modify HOSPITAL LOSES BEQUEST GIFT TO CHURCH TION RESULT OF UNDUE PRESSURE JUDGE AT DECIDES Superior Wis May ter more than ten months review of what is believed to have been the jie going to put on I lengthiest testimony ever taken ing in Douglas county court federal Mr Rabbe a mechanic 62 years old worked hard for years while he and his wife took care of his daughter from her waist down unable to move Two nights ago he wrote 9 Oh God forgive me I can't this mental agony any longer Then he shot his daughter dead she slept and killed himself with the same weapon Where do you suppose he is now what is his punishment Until his wife died a year ago she took care of the paralytic Continued on page 2 LITTLE JOE clares State legislation is null and void by congressional tion Federal espionage laws in- junctions in disputes tional prohibition and other cesses have been used to perfect the program of centralisation and to serve an of wealth in its j mad rush of economic subjugation All of the he concludes he de- I J made federal here fied that he made good beer at the brewery La Crosse Man Elected District Head of Lions La Crosse Wis May 25 W Railroad Car Plunges Into Main Street Special to The Tribune Marshfield Wis May What might have been an extremely accident occurred late Monday evening at Marshfield when a dola car loose from a ing engine in the Soo Line yards Crashing over a heavy steel inal the car lurched high into the air and after smashing a sign board toppled enue partly across Central The accident occurred on the switch track between the Marshfield Grocery company building and the American Express company office facing Central avenue Automobiles were parked a few cause for alarm in the order and was certain it did not constitute an of state sovereignty but rather an aid to states Hill Asks Legislative Ban At the same time the view weie set foith Representative Hill Republican Maryland a leader of the house wets introduced a lution to prohibit state officers from simultaneously holding of any eral position it also bar eral officials from holding any tion under a state Meantime in the senate a of to the defense of the legality of the president's order It is not the intention that local officers who are clothed with eral power will have any right to ignore state lines in their ment Requested by Treasury Reviewing the history of the der White House officials related Judge William E Haily this j that it was requested first by the ing in favor of the treasury department to take care of t AH Ice I counts were returned against each i Bernstorff former ambassador to man and each count overt acts CUP HOPES GET SEVERE SETBACK CAPTAIN OF THE WALKER CUP TEAM DOWNED IN BRIT- ISH AMATEUR GOLF TOURNEY charts 17 the United States made sharp lusion to the fact that Germany neighbors were not disarmed He insisted that the measures proposed by France to strengthen the League of Nations covenant and speed assistance to any attacked tion should be based not on the i ent excessive armaments of Europe I but on the scale of which everybody hoped the international conference tants in a suit brought by brothers the situation in California where some deputy sheriffs wished to have and sisters of Francis C Walker against Rsv J W Irish as federal authority in prohibition en- secretary of the Methodist forcement The request was hospital association deputing a will which bequeathed nearly all cf a estate to the Lakeside hospital at Rice Lake Wis Contestants through counsel led by Dan Grady Portage Wis ney charged that undue influence was upon the endorsed by the civil service com- mission before the order was issued The White House commentator also Not only does the president con- sider it- no invasion of state for the federal government to hire state and local officers but Scotland May 25 Wants League Power Greatest Count Von emphasized that although Germany is regarded morally as a member of the she cannot yet have a voice America's hopes for the British tlle teague council to which M amateur golf championship project for a severe setback this morning uhen Robert A Gaidner captain of the Walker cup team was defeated 3 and 2 by H M Dickson of fok Dickson caught the ing the covenant has been referred Hence the German spokesman he wanted to register the ion now that future disarmament should be of such nature as to pre- n completely off his game and made vent anv one nation possessing the best of opportunity strength greater than that at Bobby Jones Wins i disposal of the League of Another Walker cup man Bobby it he said should have sufficient forces so that the league will be able at all times to impose its will Germany Unable to Help In addition to Gardner two other Count Von said he did Jones the American champion u ed through to victory 3 and 2 after sixteen holes of unconvincing golf against Major C B former British army champion Chicago entries were eliminated when E Hoi Bankard was ten 4 and 3 by R G Henderson cal East Lothian star and J B Ryerson scratched Gardner's game was at sixes and while he was irrational and such action by the federal ing fiom senile dementia by the Rev Irish The latter on the witness stand in court aere denied having urged Walker to bequeath the ey against his will but stated that Walker had called him for the of making disposition of his will in a charitable manner More than 100 witnesses including Dr F W Lorenz Madison Wis mind ex- most considerate of the rights of the states since it thereby chooses as its representatives to en- force the law the same agents which the state has entrusted wi< h ment Jurisdiction is Concurrent It was the believes which President Grant had in mind when he issued an Older forbidding double employment of officers by state and federal government but excepting deputy marshals So far as states lights are con- j coined in he enforcement of ths president holds that the sevens fought all the hard to way around recover after He the ninth where he was 4 down but a dead on the sixteenth green sealed his fate Although the clay was sultry with not wish especially to mention many but wanted to point out that several countries in Europe had ready reached lower levels of ament and that if these states were to bring effective aid to an attacked nation against a country possessing a preponderantly superior military force it was evident that their uni- ted strength be greater than that of any possible aggressor The German declaration made by pert weie brought to Superior to testify during the three months trial Judge Haily in his findings de- clares that undue influence was I used upon Walker that the ence uus of such nature that did not regain sufficient tal overcome them and that I of government eighteenth amendment not only Roland MacKenzie by one viies but commands concurrent hardly a breeze stirring the Count Von and the cans could not get going Bobby i ment made by Hugh Gibson Joncs was saved by the weakness of j can delegate that the United States Ma for Ormerod who was place anv obstacle in ly digging the ball out of the tain disarmament discussions er defenses surrounding the the League of Nations were in- Both the American and the the complete report man picked up on several holes The ed bv the drafting committee winch Atlantan was never in actual will be submitted to the commission ger i this evening Watts Gunn of Atlanta defeated j F S Stone 2 up j o MacKenzie Goes Out Public Dill D H Kyle of de- document in issue purporting to be the will of Walker is null und and should be with the government in enforcement Outlaws Slain by Filipino Constabulary Manila May ad- vices from Lanao district say that 200 constabulary troops today en- gaged a band of Moro outlaws de- two forts and killing and wounding a of Moros Two constabulary soldiers killed and eight wounded tion that theie should be no world under cither a League of Nations or a World Court with or without reservations that America should as Washington advised keep out of all foreign en- that war should be outlawed by outlawing the causes of war that the sovereign powers of the states should ba restored by the design set by Jefferson and that liberty equality and justice should be the common lot of the com- mon man and woman J Wittich of La Crosse was elected heavy car crashed down to the Nekoosa Man Will Manage Street Railway Company Leslie Wipperman manager of the Wisconsin Rapids Street since Neil Nash left las announced his resignation John Shanks of who has been employed with the railway com- pany for some time will succeed Mr Wipperman has no te plans for the future governor by the state con- vention of Lions teday The gates witnessed by physical education classes of the La Crosse state normal school A quet tonight at which Captain more Upton outdoor recreation booster will be the principal er will close the convention feet on either side of where the gt h led the constabulary telegraphed that the exact number of killed is but private ad- vices say the number was forty brick pavement Had there been an automobile in the path of the car it would been broken to ters and any occupants mangled Yard crews worked most of the night to place the wrecked gondola back on the tracks Brick facing on the grocery company building was badly damaged Ruth Hits Sixteenth miles from here are burned as a re- sult of a student celebration of a baseball victory Monday night Michigan State defeated Michigan Big Ten baseball champions 8 to 5 the first victory of the college over the university in baseball in eleven years After the victory students came to Lansing and shortly after dark started a huge bonfire in the square opposite the capitol Police and men who tried to extinguish the blaze were rnet with jeers from the students the officers tried to disperse the mob a fight ensued in which officers claim bricks act for making Mammoth cave stones and eggs were used by the a national park was signed college men as w capons today by President 1 Police pushed the milling mass of Students Clash with Police in Celebration of Victory Lansing Mich May and policemen down the Seven students of Michigan State j street toward the police station and college spent Monday night in jail i there seven of the leaders were here a number of students and in jail The students are nursing bruises and rounded the jail and demanded re- cuts and an immense strip of lease of the men Chief of Police en bleachers at the athletic field at j Hackett of East Lansing finally the college at East Lansing three Boston May 25 Ruth lit his sixteenth home run of the season in the seventh inning today off Pitcher in the Yankees game with the Red Sox None was on base Mammoth Caye Made Park Washington May persuaded the students to return to East Lansing They boarded street cars and went to the suburb where by other members of the college they went to the athletic field Shortly after the bleachers were afire with the students ing and cheering around their new bon fire Plans were then made for a bolshevik day today when all students would be absent from classes College officials have been unable to fix responsibility for the starting of the fire at the athletic field Police here say they will decide some time today whether charges will be placed against the students who arc held in jail here Waterway Is State Need No Offer Contained in Krim Letter Say French Paris M a y letter brought out of the Riff Monday by a member of the French medical mission makes no change in the Moroccan situation in the view of the French cabinet ter a cabinet meeting this ing it was stated that the latter con- nothing definite and offered no guarantee nor proof of ity Approved by President Roger former May The pion was defeated by Robert public budding under it is planned to build jr 3 and 2 Sweetser defeated and repair buildings in many George Renwick 6 and 4 Ouimet of Boston for- waf today mer American amateur and eliminated George Von The does not stipulate where Elm of Los Angeles his comrade money is to be but con- on the American Walker cup a stipulation that each by 3 and 2 Neillsville Auto Crash Waupaca Wis May ator Irvin L Lenroot candidate for Republican speaking here today declared that the most important question before the ple of Wisconsin so far as is concerned is the tion of the St Lawrence waterway making ocean ports of every one of j ing leading up to a bridge south of j our cities on Lakes Michigan and Chili is somewhat improved today must b2 approved by congress before it can be paid out of the treasury Treasury officials have drawn up a tentative list of the places in T u T 4 a tentative list ot tne places in Victim IS Better which they hope to ures emphasized today Special to The Tribune that none the cities on that Marshfield Wis May j list was assured of securing a por- Stelter 19 year old tion of the appropriations er who narrowly escaped death cay when the Chevrolet Ed crashed into a he was i id ing in congress again had acted in specific until each Superior according to from the In addition to other advantages field hospital where the man Senator Lenroot said it will re- was taken His condition is still re- duce the cost of living to our as serious Stelter pie for there will be landed in was operated on forenoon being unconscious more than consin commodities that we use but do not produce Senator Lenroot also expressed eighteen hours Extending Insurance Conversion Time Passes Osseo Burglars Pay Six Calls But Get Only Wis May 25 entered six business buildings last the Omaha and two lumber company of- ices The total loot is believed to have been in cash and a few articles of small value No clues have been found It is ed that several places in Eleva were also broken into last night Charles Walpole Dies London May Charles Walpole jurist and author found dead in the room of the court late last night Death was due to a bullet wound A revolver lay beside the body when it was found the belief that it would not be before congress would be ready for action on the diversion of water from Lake Michigan by the city of Chicago I am very hopeful that the diverson at least to an extent can be stopped and if it can be I am sure that Canada will j sion of government or world war in- roost of the children have Washington May 25 A Decoration Day Holiday to Bring Tourists North i i With the approach of vacation tourists have commenced to come through Wisconsin up to the northern lake re- sort region in the upper part of the state according to Ed Flannigan who has charge of a tourists in- formation service at the First tional bank The heavy influx of foreign cars will start about this week end as there will be a double ate to extend for one year from holiday owing to Decoration day July 2 next for coming on Monday and by that be willing to negotiate a treaty lor the St Lawrence surance was passed today by house and sent to conference Husband of Twenty Women Held for Fraud the finished school for the year From two or three to a half en parties of tourists ing the local camp nights for the past two weeks The premises Thave been improved and offer excellent facilities for camping out Philadelphia Pa May Accused of having married two score or more swindled them out of jewelry valued at more than Robert Whitman alias Lord Beaver was be- ing held without bail today Arrested after a pursuit of eral years across the continent and back again he was awaiting ex- tradition to New York on the spe- charge of having fleeced Mrs Rose Burken of diamonds worth in 1025 Another specific charge is that he swindled Mrs Francis Camp of this out of in jewels two years ago Whitman was arrested in the barber fehop of a hotel where he was stopping with a girl ion He declined to tell tho police much about himself asserting that he had a wife and daughter on operatic stage and did not wish to injure their reputation however said they had a com- plete record of his operations Whitman is about SI years old Former Ruts General Killed in Parit Paris May 25 Simon former ki military in the was shot by a day and died shortly afterward a hospital The shooting occurred In tht at Michael this the 5 preached General treatment of his administration governor V4 In 1917 4
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